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Workers were busy repairing the balustrade in Central Park on Wednesday morning. — Photo by Tim Alms 1 / 5
This Ruby-throated Hummingbird is taking a rest in our backyard in Lake City. Enjoy them while they’re around; by early fall they’re bound for Central America, with many crossing the Gulf of Mexico in a single flight. — Photo by Beth Beal. 2 / 5
This month's full moon, which rises on Tuesday (Aug. 20), is not just a Blue Moon — it's also the Full Sturgeon Moon, the Full Red Moon, the Green Corn Moon and the Grain Moon. Tuesday's full moon qualifies as a Blue Moon because it's the third full moon in a season with four (most seasons have only three.) After Tuesday's event, the next Blue Moon isn't set to occur until 2015. — Photo by Tim Alms3 / 5
A 3-month old Standard Australian Shepherd puppy named Taz enjoying some playtime in the grass. Owned by Ray & Peri Williams. — Photo by Peri Williams4 / 5
This 3 month old Pigmy goat named Jasper loves to be cuddled. A pygmy goat is a breed of miniature domestic goat and tend to be kept as pets primarily, though also work well as milk producers and working animals. Average life span is 10-20 years. — Photo by Peri Williams, owner of Jasper. 5 / 5

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